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Stocks on Wall Street rise amid a stabilization in Turkey's currency crisis.
Short answer is no; S&P 500 earnings are expected to rise by more than 20% for the next 2 quarters.
Global stocks bounced back Tuesday as investors cautiously returned to risk markets amid a stabilzation in Turkey's currency crisis even as sentiment was capped by a series of weaker-than-expected economic data releases from China.
U.S. stock futures rise on Tuesday as investors cautiously return to risk markets; Home Depot reports earnings; Tesla's Elon Musk says he's working with Silver Lake Partners and Goldman Sachs as advisers on his plans to take the electric car company private.
U.S. stocks end near the day's lows amid concern Turkey's financial crisis could spread.
Turkey's lira fell to a fresh all-time low against the dollar overnight, extending its losses since July past 51%, as the country's economic crisis threatened to spillover into markets all over the world.
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